Maon


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Maon

(mā`ŏn), in the Bible, town in the hills of Judah, c.10 mi (16 km) S of Hebron. It was Nabal's home. The Maonites were apparently a Canaanite tribe of S Palestine.
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NZNO policy analyst Maon Sharon Clair presented the PAUA model that will be used as the basis for a bicultural partnership within the organisation.
Children: Welcome anytimeDisabled access: YesDecor: Dated but about to receive a makeoverService: Perfunctory Value for money: ReasonableMENUSmoked salmon timbale Black pudding Chicken Sheldrake Cajun chicken Sausage and chips (x2) Soft drinks (x2) Half bottle of Maon Villages Glass of house redTotal .
The Punjabi musician Gurdaas Maon is still active and was one of the people who paved the way for Bhangra, although his contribution to Brit-Asian culture is often overlooked.
In his article, "Architectural Plans of Synagogues in the Southern Judean Hills and the 'Halakah'," David Amit notes that the synagogues at Eshtemoa, Susiya, Horvat Maon, and Anim share the distinctive characteristics of entrances on the east wall and the absence of columns to support the roof.
gate leading to the nearby illegal Israeli settlement of Maon, where they engaged
Sources on the scene said that settlers from the Maon Settlement threw stones at the farmers and their supporters while screaming provocative phrases.
13) The essay was reprinted as a pamphlet: Apirama [sic] Turupu Ngata, The Past and Future of the Maon (Christchurch: 'The Press' Office, 1893), p.
shepherds in Khirbet At-Tawil, located near the Israeli settlement of Maon,
and Maon Avigal, which were built on Yatta land, attacked farmers from the Awad
settlements of Sosiya and Maon uprooted more than 40 olive tree seedlings from
of Susiya and Maon uprooted more than 40 newly planted olive trees belonging to